Terrorism And Peace Initiatives Dominate Indo-Afghan Talks


Terrorism, peace initiatives, and joint partnership ventures dominated talks between Afghanistan President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi when they met in the national capital on Wednesday for talks.

The two leaders reiterated their determination to combat terrorism and the challenges that it poses in Afghanistan, which is scheduled to hold parliamentary elections on October 20.

Ghani told Modi about his government’s peace initiatives and the latter confirmed India’s support to further peace process in the war-torn land. Read More

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